Europe’s failure to share intelligence hampers terror fight

04 April 2016

EFD Senior Policy Advisor Alexander Ritzmann is quoted in The Financial Times for his views on the security failures which led to the Brussels attacks on 22 March and what he believes needs to occur to address them. "Whatever the impediments, Europe has to find a way to move to more 'structured' co-operation. Member states aren’t obliged to share information,” he said. “We are still on a need-to-know basis; we need to move to a need-to-share basis.”

The article is in English and can be read here.